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Re: Christie Roadrunner 100
Check to see if the fans are moving. if not, replace the fans. if the fans don't come up, the projector shuts down to protect the circuitry and the lamp. if the fans are fine, most likely the power supply/ballast is not producing enough power to keep the lamp lit and shuts down.
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I have a Christie RoadRunner L8 that fires up,lamps turn on and about 5 seconds after the lamps fire up it shuts down and both the warning temp. and ready lights flash at the same time. It seems to me it must be a sensor that tells it to shut down thinking that the machine is too hot-all the fans work and all of the filters are clean and it is moving serious air any clue and if so where do I start to look for such items? Thanks in advance Kirk
This is an indication that either the lamp is bad or the ballast is bad. I would try a new lamp first. Also, there are air flow sensors in the lamp area that should be cleaned. If you have access to compresed nitrogen, try blowing out the entire unit to remove all dust and debris. Check to be sure that the fans are turning freely as well.
Here is a list of error codes for your unit: 12 Software bug. Contact dealer/factory. 13 Flash memory corrupted. Download new software. 14 Engineering only programming is complete. Call Christie, replace TIPM. 15 Attempting to download code without being in boot mode 16 Invalid interrupt. Power off/on. If it persists, contact dealer/factory. 17 Forced boot mode. Keys held down too long. 18 Attempting to program boot mode without jumper LAMP FAILURES 21 Lamp compartment too hot 25 Lamp 1 not installed 26 Lamp 1 Interlock: door open, lamp not installed 27 Unable to turn lamp 1 ON 28 Lamp 1 shut off unexpectedly 29 Lamp 1 driver overheated 2A Lamp 1 driver operation error (e.g. too hot can’t start) 2C Lamp 1 driver UART communications failure 30 Lamp 2 not installed 31 Lamp 2 door open 32 Unable to turn lamp 2 ON (unknown reason) 33 Lamp 2 shut off unexpectedly 34 Lamp 2 driver overheated 35 Lamp 2 driver reports operation error (e.g. too hot can’t start) 36 Lamp 2 driver UART communications failure 37 Lamp Watchdog Tripped – Unless lamps turn on again after 3 minutes, assume software hung.
If the fan is not working, the lamp will not fire. If you have the owner's manual, it should indicate what the flashing lights mean. Check to make sure that the panels are seated properly. When you replaced the lamp, the outer cover was removed. If that is not seated back 100%, the unit will not work. There are a number of safety "checks" built into the unit to prevent damage and possibly fire as the lamps get really hot.
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